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Nalgene Standard

38oz Stainless Steel Bottle

( Guyot Designs )
 

Single wall 18/10, surgical grade stainless steel water bottle.  38oz capacity with 63mm wide mouth.  Works with all standard wide mouth water purifiers and accessories.  Nests with the GSI 18oz cup and fits in the Maxpedition 12X5 and 10X4 Bottle Holders.

The Nalgene Guyot Standard Stainless Steel Water Bottle comes with the Guyot Designs THE LID.  The Lid has a Sterling climbing rope cable so there is no chance of your lid breaking off on the trail.  The glass reinforced plastic makes a solid seal and will not crack in extreme temperatures.  

Nalgene Guyot stainless steel bottles are made of 100% surgical grade 316 stainless steel with no lining or coating of any type, unlike Aluminum.

Distributed by Nalgene.

 

 

 

Nalgene Guyot Designs Standard 38oz   $26.00

out of stock

Nalgene Guyot Standard water bottle

 

ACCESSORIZE

The GSI Bottle Cup fits over the bottom of Nalgene 32oz bottles as well as the Guyot Designs 38oz Standard Stainless Steel bottles.

GSI Bottle Cup and Nalgene Guyot Standard

The nested pair will fit in both the Maxpedition 10X4 Bottle Holder
and the Maxpedition 12X5 Bottle Holder.

 

 

Nalgene

 

 

Accessorize With

 

GSI Glacier Water Bottle cup pot

 

 

Maxpedition 10X4 bottle holder

 

 

 

 

 

Special orders welcome

Please let us know if there is a Nalgene product you would like us to special order.  Please allow 7-10 days to receive special order items.

 

 

 

NOTE TO CUSTOMERS:

The image below has been copied directly from the Nalgene website to illustrate the new logo on the stainless steel bottles.  This is the only currently released stock photo of the bottles with the new logo.  The new logo omits the guyotdesigns mark because the bottles are manufactured exclusively for Nalgene now and are no longer available directly from Guyot Designs.

This information has been added due to a customer's confusion.  The picture links directly to the source at nalgene.com.
All Two Wolves Outdoor stock of Nalgene bottles comes directly from Nalgene distribution.
Questions regarding this new look should be directed to Nalgene.

 

 

GUYOT STANDARD BOTTLE Review
Joezilla in the Field

Whilst on the last backpacking trip, my buddy and I were talking about stainless items on the market. Amongst our discussion, he informed me that Guyot Designs had some single wall bottles, one of which reflected the shape and size of a nalgene. Glorious! I was engrossed with the idea of a bomb proof nalgene. Upon returning from the trip and some discussion on various forums... within a few days I had a wonderful new box of goodies to play with.

 

Guyot designs has many shapes and sizes of this single walled bottle; I chose to go with the Standard.


Specs:
Material- 18/10 surgical grade stainless steel
Weight- 12.9oz/365 grams
Capacity: 38 oz/ 1124 ml
Diameter: 63 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

So a few of you might think it looks fancy, but will it fit all your nalgene stuff. Yes! My Guyot splash guard fit it just fine. Also, my trusty GSI mug cup fit it. My lovely mug cup is the older version. We tried a newer version and it just barely fit.
 

 

 

 

 

 

The lid boasts an interesting design. Iím kinda partial to my nalgene lids, and they will fit this too. ďThe LidĒ as Guyot calls it, is water tight and holds up well, with a small silicone ring inside the inner rim. The lid retention mechanism is kinda interesting. It utilizes a small allen wrench so you can adjust the tightness. A knot would work fine, but this design is also growing on me, I keep it just tight enough to take off so I can remove the lid before I put it in the fire.
 

 


 

 

 

Close up of rope tightener.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

close up:

It will accept a standard water bottle lid.
 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooking on a fire. I contacted Lisa Guyot, and inquired about the use of the bottle in a fire. She said that since it is single walled, it should do just fine. Fine indeed, it did great! I put it directly into the fire, as pictured, both on the outside, and straight into the coals. The strong design and heavy steel didnít warp at all. Just as long as you have some kind of pliers, multi tool, or other item to grip it and prevent yourself from getting burned. It will get blackened with use. You can choose to either leave it or scrub it off with a 3M pad. Iím kinda partial to leaving it. I normally have a pack that I put the bottle in after use, so I donít get pine resin all over my other gear. I do scrub it if it gets real bad. I donít want it to impede my mug cup should I choose to tote that along.

 

 

 

In conclusion, this is a very fancy bottle that opens up a world of possibilities for fellow gear nuts and out door enthusiasts... this is a welcome addition to any minimalistís backpack. The Guyot Designs bottle system fits the bill for combining a water container and something to boil in.

 

 

 

 

Review by Joe Flowers (aka Joezilla).
Used with permission.
Thank you Joe!

 

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